François Louis Cattier (May 4, 1796 - 18xx) was a French printer active during the mid-19th century. Born n Paris, he ran Madame Motte's printing firm and then bought its inventory to start his own firm. He invented the eidography printing process. His oeuvre focuses on portraits of politicians and landscapes. He worked for Goupil and Vibert, as well as their English and American associates. He retired to Belleville in 1856. Cattier was married and had children.